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Climate changes
Date: 3/23/2013 Album ID: 1627726
Photos by John Ewing
Southern Maine ponds and lakes have not frozen over as solidly as normal in recent winters and most ice fishermen have ended their fishing as there is not enough good ice to keep the season going.
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013....Southern Maine ponds and lakes have not frozen over as solidly as normal in recent winters and most ice fishermen have ended their fishing as there is not enough good ice to keep the season going.  Most ice fishermen have already brought their ice houses to shore near the public boat launch site on Ossippee Lake in Waterboro.
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013....Southern Maine ponds and lakes have not frozen over as solidly as normal in recent winters and most ice fishermen have ended their fishing as there is not enough good ice to keep the season going.  Kennebunk Pond in Lyman now has open water near the public boat launch site and several ice fishing houses still on the pond.
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013....Southern Maine ponds and lakes have not frozen over as solidly as normal in recent winters and most ice fishermen have ended their fishing as there is not enough good ice to keep the season going.  An ice fisherman on Lyman's Kennebunk Pond makes his way to his ice fishing house which was located about 100 yards from  the open water near the public boat launch.
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John Ewing/staff photographer...
Wednesday, March 20, 2013....Southern Maine ponds and lakes have not frozen over as solidly as normal in recent winters and most ice fishermen have ended their fishing as there is not enough good ice to keep the season going.  Most ice fishermen have already pulled their ice fishing houses to shore on Ossippee Lake in Waterboro.
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John Ewing/staff photographer...
Wednesday, March 20, 2013....Southern Maine ponds and lakes have not frozen over as solidly as normal in recent winters and most ice fishermen have ended their fishing as there is not enough good ice to keep the season going.  Most ice fishermen have already pulled their ice fishing houses to shore on Ossippee Lake in Waterboro. These houses are located near the lake's public boat launch site.
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John Ewing/staff photographer...
Wednesday, March 20, 2013....Southern Maine ponds and lakes have not frozen over as solidly as normal in recent winters and most ice fishermen have ended their fishing as there is not enough good ice to keep the season going.  A section of ice along the shoreline of Ossippee Lake in Waterboro has begun to thaw.
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